Simple NAT Routers Part 2: Multiple PCs

This movie explains how you can use a NAT router to share your ISP's single Internet connection with two or more computers in your home or small office.

When most Internet Service Providers arrange Internet access, they assign just one Internet Address and assume you will connect just one computer. This narrated, 18-minute movie uses digital photos, rendered animations, and text to explain how you can use a low-cost "NAT" router to share that access among several computers in your home or small office.

This movie continues building an excellent foundation and introduction for anybody that wants to know how their Local Area Network works, and for people studying to learn the most basic concepts needed to pass any of these certification exams:

CCNA CCDA CCNP CCIE MCSE

This video is no longer available by itself for purchase, but it is available as a component of our "Networking Fundamentals DVD".

 

Learn about our Networking Fundamentals DVD HERE.